Black Pepper Mixed in Water a Cure for many Diseases like Diabetes, Cancer …
Black pepper was consumed in ancient India and is known to help keep a strong immune system. So it cures diseases such as diabetes and some research has shown that it has the power to cure even cancer.
Black pepper: small, but important!
Black pepper is a spice that is commonly used with salt, and we can hardly imagine all the dishes we are using it. It is used in soups, appetizers, salads, meat dishes and vegetables, preserves … almost only treats are “safe” from this universal spice. Pepper comes from South-East and South Asia, specifically South India. As a spice, is used in Asian cuisines, more than four millennia. Pepper was literally known as “black gold” and only rich people in early medieval Europe could afford it.
Pepper is the most famous spice in the world and in the total world trade in spices it accounts for 20%.
His pungent taste comes from piperine, which is found in the grain and it is between 4.6 and 9.7%, while in that of white pepper that percentage is slightly higher. Its flavor comes from rotundone, which can also be found in other herbs: marjoram, oregano, rosemary, basil, etc.
There are several varieties of pepper: white, black, green, and red. White has a slightly milder flavor than black pepper, but also is thought to be healthier. These other “colorful” pepper can usually be found in a variety of mixes in grain when sold with mini mills. Do not think that these are different types, it is all the same black pepper, which is peeled (white) or picked as fully mature or immature fruit.
Just as is the case with other spices and pepper is widely used in cooking but also in traditional folk medicine. Black pepper is effective in the following disorders: constipation, diarrhea, earache, gangrene, hernia, heart problems and indigestion, insect bites, insomnia, joint pain, toothache and problems with liver and lungs.
Piperine, the active ingredient contained in pepper dramatically increases the level of absorption of selenium, vitamin E, beta carotene, and other important nutrients. Piperine stimulates lipid thermogenesis and accelerates energy metabolism in the body and boosts the production of serotonin and endorphins in the brain.
Due to the irritating effects on the intestine and the stomach, pepper is not recommended for patients who have stomach ulcers or other digestive disorders or even surgery.
Pepper is an integral part of many dishes and it is very important to be used fresh. In fact, it eventually loses its flavor, it is best to be kept in airtight jars, which will be held longer. Also, it will be good to be kept outside the influence of light. Ground pepper quickly loses its flavor, it is best to grind just before use, to what is commonly used by small mills.
Black pepper water recipe
– 2 teaspoons of pepper powder
– 2 cups of water
– a pinch of salt
– 1 or 2 teaspoons of rose petals
Take a large bowl and mix the water with the pepper powder.
Put it on a medium heat and allow the water to boil together with the pepper. Add a pinch of salt and one or two teaspoons of rose petals. Strain the mixture and drink it until it is warm.
Consume 1 cup of this pepper water, two times a day.
Everyone should drink this water because:
– provides energy
– it is a cure for constipation
– prevents dehydration
– assists in weight loss
– it is very beneficial for your bones